Irish software company creates 16 new jobs

14 Oct 2010

A prominent web content management company has announced the creation of 16 new jobs in its European headquarters in Dublin.

TERMINALFOUR made the announcement as part of its “continued international growth” and the new positions will include software engineers, client support engineers, web developers, JavaScript developers and sales executives.

Recruitment is under way

These positions are set to be filled by 2011 and recruitment is under way.

Piero Tintori, CEO and founder, TERMINALFOUR, said, “The growing adoption of our software in the US, the UK and increasingly throughout Europe is stimulating this accelerated recruitment drive. The sales pipeline in all our key markets is extremely buoyant and these new employees will enable us to capitalise on these opportunities and build upon our success.”

TERMINALFOUR provides web content management (WCM) solutions to universities, government and multinationals throughout Ireland and the UK, Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and North America.

TERMINALFOUR recently announced 15 new jobs this January, and announced plans to grow its workforce from 35 to 50 by 2011.

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